Monsieur's verdict so far is a thumbs up. The fine lines on his forehead and around his eyes that were bothering him (let me insert here, in case he reads this, that I never noticed these lines) have softened and the few areas of milia have gone down.
Surprisingly, when I showed him the HA Blur by demonstrating it on the back of my hand, he picked that up as well. Haha, I should get a sales job there. Apparently, I can sell their products to men! It is a silicone product that subtly smooths over fine lines and disguises minor skin discolourations. It is transparent so it isn't obvious that he is wearing "makeup." Basically, after smoothing this over the problem areas on your face, you look as if there is a soft focus filter beaming down from the heavens onto your face. I think we were so bowled over by the fact that Monsieur had finally agreed to go with me to a skincare slash beauty store that we got a bit carried away. The next pickup was the Photography Fluid.
It is a white pearlescent fluid that is described as a transparent foundation. Again, this is something that a man could wear to make his skin and complexion look better without looking like he is wearing "makeup."
While I was in the store, I noticed that there was a new Vitamin C product in their Vitamin C lineup. If you are a longtime reader of this blog, you will know that I love the Vitamin C Suspension 23% + HA Spheres 2%. It does have a gritty texture that might be off putting to some and makes it difficult to wear under makeup. So I picked up a tube of Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate 10% which has a smooth texture. I am hoping that I can wear it under makeup without any pilling effects. I noticed as well that The Ordinary offers Vitamin C powder that you can mix into your moisturizer. I might pick that up next time I am in the store.
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